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Million Dollar Grant Received by City of Falmouth

The City of Falmouth will receive a one million dollar grant that will go toward improving their sewer and water infrastructure.  

 The Department of Local Government Commissioner, Sandy Dunahoo, and some of her staff visited Falmouth today to make the announcement. Pendleton County Economic Development Director Bill Mitchell who wrote most of the grant, State Representative Mark Hart and Falmouth City Maintenance workers joined members of Falmouth City Council and the Pendleton County Fiscal Court at City Hall to hear the great news.

Great job by all involved!

 Photo from left to right:   City of Falmouth Public Works Director Gary Lea, Economic Development Director Bill Mitchell, District 1 Magistrate Alan Whaley, State Representative Mark Hart, Falmouth City Councilwoman Amy Hitch, Falmouth Mayor Ron Stinson, Department for Local Government Commissioner Sandy Dunahoo, Falmouth City Councilwoman Amy Beckett Hurst, Falmouth City Councilwoman Joyce Carson, Falmouth City Councilman Luke Price,  Pendleton County Judge Executive David Fields, District 4 Magistrate Rick Mineer, Safety Director/ Administrative Assistant Dawn King Hughes, Water Treatment Department Supervisor Andy Richie.